It is definitely a "hands-on" time.
We are keeping busy by being productive.
I spent a few hours making Orange Ginger Marmalade
While Russell continued to work on tiling
our front entry way.
He already finished the back entry stoop.
It definitely is a "hands-on" time!
Have a good day and be happy and healthy!
Thanks Sandee for all that you do!
Now that sounds nice you need to do something in these times of lockdown looks like you got it all sorted, I liked the photos and the hand LOL 🤚🤚🤚ReplyDelete
Have a safetastic week and stay healthy 😷😷😷
I know- isn't that hand cool! Russell is such a hard worker! Thanks for your comments!Delete
You are each doing what needs doing. Spring is a good time for that. It's good that Russell can do this work. Saves a lot of money.ReplyDelete
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Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Big hug to you both and lots of scritches to Miss Lucy. ♥♥♥
Thanks Sandee for posting all these blogs that we can participate on! Cheers and hugs to you and Zane!Delete
Wow! You are both being very creative ~ Yum marmalade and tile floor looks awesome ~ ^_^ReplyDelete
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
I consider making jam/marmalade just plain good fun! And Russell is happiest when he has a project!Delete
Ohhh I bet the orange ginger marmalade is yummy on your toasted English muffins!!ReplyDelete
You two are surely staying busy
So far I am resisting that temptation...so far hahahahDelete
Y'all are sure busy! It is a good time for catching up on our catching ups!ReplyDelete
It is indeed!Delete
Goodness you've been productive! I'll take some jam and the bread in your header, please.ReplyDelete
Alex....what's your address- I could mail ya some!Delete
How smart you are to stay busy!ReplyDelete
I am impressed with both.ReplyDelete
Orange ginger marmalade? I like orange marmalade but I don't think I've had it with ginger. Sounds good, though. Keep those hands busy! ;)
Cathy- I use crystallized ginger....about a cup for a regular recipe I chop it up a bit and add it when adding the sugar. Adds a nice bite...tasty...how far away do you live? I could mail you a bit?Delete